There are only three days remaining until an educational window closes for your kids for next year’s school year. The Indianapolis Public Schools Magnet/Choice lottery application deadline is this Friday, December 11. The school district offers more than 25 programs in 19 schools. Some of those programs include Montessori, Spanish Immersion Visual and Performing arts, Career Technology and […]

 (Indianapolis, IN) – After 50% of their school buses failed inspection, IPS says “procedures were not followed” in bus maintenance. In an exclusive interview, Deputy Superintendent…

The Greater Indianapolis Branch of the NAACP ( @IndyNAACP ) is asking tough questions when it comes to the future of Indianapolis Public Schools ( @IPSSchools ) and the educations of the children here in the city. Among the questions is this central one, “Is there a great school in every neighborhood?” In light of the 2015 strategic plan that […]

So, you received a letter from Indianapolis Public Schools saying your child’s immunizations are not up to the current requirements and your child might not be allowed in class, what do you do? The Marion County Public Health Department holds regular immunization clinics to help you and your student get back on track.  There are […]

   Indianapolis Public Schools, parents and a proud Indianapolis community is preparing to cheer for the Class of 2014 as they get their diplomas Thursday night. The district has released its graduation schedule. Arsenal Technical High School, Broad Ripple Magnet High School for the Arts and Humanities, Crispus Attucks Medical Magnet High School, George Washington Community High […]

The Indianapolis Star is reporting two independent audits have confirmed that the Indianapolis Public School (IPS) system DOES NOT have a $30 million deficit. In reality, there is a surplus. The Star says: “Instead, IPS spent within its means during the past decade and ended each year with millions of dollars in surplus, auditors concluded.” […]

Indianapolis Public Schools isn’t facing a $30 million budget deficit after all. Superintendent Dr. Lewis Ferebee announced late Tuesday the school district has been releasing flawed figures for years and IPS actually ended 2013 with an $8.4 million surplus. Ferebee explained the discrepancy by saying potential programs were added to budget projections and never launched. However, the estimated […]

Indianapolis Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Lewis Ferebee wants to meet parents and students at a town-hall meeting Tuesday evening. He wants to know what your concerns are in-detail about the school system, including what you like in order to address issues. The IPS meeting starts at 6 p.m. at the Southeast Community Service Center, Senior Citizen Center located […]

Walmart Back Open After Gas Leak The Westfield Walmart is open again following a gas leak.  The store was evacuated Monday night because of a ruptured pipe.  Employees at Rack Room Shoes and Five Below were also evacuated as a precaution. Muncie Woman Facing Charges In Cousin’s Death A Muncie woman now faces a murder charge in […]

Two Killed In Motorcycle Crash On I-74 A man and a woman were killed in a crash early this morning on I-74 on Indianapolis’ southeast side. State Police said the crash happened just after midnight on the eastbound lanes of I-74 near Post Road when the man hit the brakes on the motorcycle. Witnesses said […]

Indianapolis Public Schools students can eat breakfast and lunch free for during the first week of Spring Break at 19 IPS schools. (This is the first week of the two-week spring break.) IPS says they will only be offering the food service during the week of March 25. Breakfast and lunch times vary. For more […]

UPDATE 7:40pm: 106.7 WTLC and can now confirm that Dr. Eugene White will retire from Indianapolis Public Schools in April. In a Tuesday night board meeting White said,”I want to inform you that at the end of the workday on Friday, April 5, I will retire from the IPS school district.” Dr. White announced […]